Pre-Competitive Collaboration in Seafood

Fishermen with nets in canoesIn seafood supply chains, pre-competitive collaboration has become an important tool to address critical sustainability issues in both wild-caught and aquaculture seafood.

Pre-competitive strategies are approaches that businesses take to address systemic problems with the delivery of goods and services. It is a business strategy that is often applied when competition for limited resources impacts business more than the competition for customers—if you don’t have the resources to produce a product, there will not be any consumers to compete for.  Read more >>

 

Seafood and Sustainable Protein Consumption

Two men sorting clams There is growing recognition in the scientific community and in the marketplace that seafood has a better health and sustainability profile compared to other animal based proteins. How seafood positions itself in the broader protein market, and how the seafood industry can communicate responsibly about seafood in the broader context, will have significant implications for seafood and the sustainability of food production. Read more >>

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